Rhino poaching in Africa is on the rise with syndicates making millions at the expense of the endangered species and their horns.
Postal business Whistl is ending its home delivery service in London, Liverpool and Manchester, putting up to 1,800 jobs at risk.
Boxer Floyd Mayweather has been named the world's highest-paid sportsman of the past 12 months by Forbes magazine.
In a world first, a woman has given birth to a healthy baby using ovarian tissue which had been removed when she was a child.
Harry has been shot and seen friends die, but he says he did the right thing in joining Kurds fighting the jihadist group.
Chancellor George Osborne tells guests at Mansion House that he wants future governments to have a budget surplus during times of economic growth.
A British film-maker who was arrested while making a feature about a Syrian family wins the top award at the UK's leading documentary festival.
Fifa has handed over computer data to the Swiss authorities investigating the World Cup bids for 2018 and 2022.
Former England and Derby County boss Steve McClaren is named as the new head coach of Newcastle United.
A Briton who fought against Islamic State forces in Syria tells the BBC he believes he can justify his actions if the police decide to question him.
Pete Wishart and Angus MacNeil are to chair the two SNP-led committees at Westminster, the party announces.
Prime Minister David Cameron has not ruled out the possibility of the EU referendum being held on the same day as next year's Holyrood election.
American Cole Hammer will become the third-youngest player to feature at golf's US Open, at just 15 years of age.
Researchers have identified a gene that might make people resistant to the brain eating disease CJD.
Anti-EU parties including UKIP vote against a European Parliament resolution, which condemns Russian human rights abuses.
A lorry driver is arrested after a crash involving up to 13 vehicles near Tunbridge Wells causes "carnage and devastation".
Martin McGuinness is willing to meet the daughter of Caroline Moreland, the woman murdered by an IRA unit allegedly including a British double agent.
Britons Jac Holmes and Harry tell the BBC's Quentin Sommerville they are returning to the UK after fighting Islamic State in Syria.
A triathlete who died while taking part in an event in Gwynedd is named.
The US space agency releases a new, higher-resolution picture of the brightest spots on the dwarf planet Ceres.